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Reopening Activities for More Summer Fun Announced by Seattle Parks and Recreation

Outdoor pools, sprayparks, wading pools, beaches, meals for kids and more are scheduled Revised Wednesday, June 24, 2021 Summer is coming and boy, are we all ready for it! After a year of restrictions and uncertainty – not to mention a long winter – everyone is looking forward to reliable… [ Keep reading ]

Support youth recreation scholarships with Seattle Kraken announcer Everett Fitzhugh

Here’s an opportunity to help our neighbors in need and virtually meet The Kraken’s Everett Fitzhugh. The only Black play-by-play announcer in professional North American hockey, “Fitz” will give the keynote speech at the third annual Fund the Fun Breakfast, hosted by Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Associated Recreation… [ Keep reading ]

December Virtual Programming from Seattle Parks and Recreation

Unprecedented times call for creative solutions, and in that vein Seattle Parks and Recreation has expanded its virtual programming to help you learn and engage from the safety of your own home. The latest offerings can be found on our Virtual Recreation web page, including the new December brochure in a… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation now offering virtual programs

Seattle community centers and pools remain closed to the public – no thanks to COVID-19, which is keeping many of us from participating in the onsite exercise classes and activities we used to enjoy. But good news: your favorite Seattle Parks and Recreation instructors have brought their talents to a… [ Keep reading ]

New virtual dance and movement programs for children start August 10

Starting in August, Seattle Parks and Recreation will be offering virtual classes for dance and parkour. All classes will take place virtually and not in-person. Take a look at our offerings below! Registration is open! Please register promptly as there will be a limited space in the lesson. Dance Party… [ Keep reading ]

2020 Spring/Summer Brochures Now Available

The daffodils are starting to bloom, and that means spring is just around the corner! Spring and summer are some of the best times for parks and recreation. Discover all the ways to enjoy these seasons, from Spring Egg Hunts, flower blooms, summer beach openings, Bicycle Sundays, rowing events, the… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation repairs arson-damaged comfort station at Maple Leaf Park

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) has secured funding for an emergency public works contract to repair the comfort station at Maple Leaf Park, which was extensively damaged by arson. SPR recently completed the necessary construction documents and obtained the permits needed to move this project forward. Ohno Touchdown will begin… [ Keep reading ]

Don Armeni Boat Ramp Improvement closes April 11, for eel grass work

Seattle Parks and Recreation is replacing the floating dock system and pilings at Don Armeni Boat Ramp in West Seattle. Design and permitting efforts are underway. As part of the permitting, the Department of Natural Resources requires an eel grass survey for the area impacted by the floating docks.  This… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation invites community to review designs for new park in Wedgwood neighborhood

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) invites the Wedgwood community to participate in the design of a new park located at 8605 35th Ave. NE. Please join SPR staff and the design consultant, Studio 41, on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Thornton Creek Elementary School, 7712… [ Keep reading ]

Community invited to participate in South Park Community Center Site Redevelopment Project

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) invites the community to provide input on spray park features, playground equipment, cultural themes and field usability for the new site wide design at the South Park Community Center.  Please join us on Friday, March 29, 2019 from 5 to 8 p.m. at  the South… [ Keep reading ]